Quilcom ASS | Free VST Synth Instrument

Quilcom ASS | Free VST Synth Instrument by Rex Basterfield

The Quilcom ASS is a free Analogue Sounding Synthesiser plugin instrument. It allows you to explore the old debate about analogue sounding better than digital techniques. You can switch between the detailed Analogue emulation and a pure “Digital” version of the same preset. This gives flexibility to find a quality of sound that appeals and is appropriate to purpose.

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Quilcom Adder | Free VST Synth Instrument

Quilcom Adder | Free VST Synth Instrument by Rex Basterfield

Quilcom Adder is a free VST Synthesizer Instrument. There are 16 sine wave partial strips. Each one has its own envelope with velocity response and amplitude tracking of the pitch and can be set to any pitch ratio. Each partial can be panned left to right to give increased stereo richness. There is a single FM bus fed by 2 FM modulator synths and the level of FM can be adjusted for each partial.

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Quilcom Beater | Free Percussion Synthesiser

Quilcom Beater | Free Percussion Synthesiser by Rex Basterfield

The Quilcom BEATER is a free percussion synthesiser VST instrument capable of a huge range of virtual analogue sounds. Many popular sounds are provided by the 50 presets prepared, but much more is possible if you want to experiment.

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Quilcom Blender | Free VST Synth Instrument

Quilcom Blender | Free VST Synth Instrument by Rex Basterfield

The Quilcom Blender is a free VST synthesizer that was made to explore the possibilities of dynamic waveform morphing (crossfading). Be surprised at the range of sounds this technique can produce and there are 19 presets provided just to give a quick taste.

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Quilcom NINE | Free VST Synth Instrument

Quilcom NINE | Free VST Synth Instrument by Rex Basterfield

The Quilcom NINE is a free VST synthesiser that explores a method of synthesis which scans through up to nine waveforms, each of which can be set separately from standard, wave-drawn or additive oscillators and may each be processed further with filtering.

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